Liang Yongping, the founder of YYeTs, a fansub group also known as Renren Yingshi, was suspected of committing copyright infringement.
After appealing to the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS), Chinese swimmer Sun Yang received a less severe penalty from his previous confrontation with anti-doping officials in 2018. Rather than the previous eight-year-long ban, the well-known athlete will be banned from participating in competitions for four years and three months.
According to public information posted to China's enforcement information disclosure website, Luckin Coffee’s ex-chairman Lu Zhengyao on Wednesday was listed as a judgment debtor by the Higher People's Court of Beijing Municipality, obliging him to pay about 1.2 billion yuan ($188 million) in fines.
A Chinese wildlife park in Hangzhou was sued by a Chinese law professor after using a facial recognition system that scans all visitors to the park. According to Chinese media Beijing Youth Daily, a district court in Hangzhou has taken on the controversial case.